About Hanoi cuisine, it is a reference to a rich cuisine that combines traditional dishes and many modern dishes, but especially Hanoi's cuisine has its own special features so it is difficult for people to confuse the taste of food from other places.
Located on a busy corner of District 1’s pretty Ham Nghi neighborhood, Nhu Lan Bakery has been famous for its fresh, flavorful bread since it opened in 1972.
Most people think of the more well-known Nuoc Mam (Vietnamese Fish Sauce) when it comes to flavoring and dipping Vietnamese food.
Hau Loc shrimp paste is made from a kind of sea small shrimps which has scientific name acetes japonicus fished from Hau Loc sea of Thanh Hoa province,and salt.
Just like many other Nghe An specialities, the Tương Sauce in Nam Dan is not only famous within the province but also in other parts of the country.
Located near Ho Chi Minh City, Vung Tau is a good destination for sudden weekend trips. More than that, there are more and more...
Might not be the oldest dish of Hanoi as it has only been around for over a hundred years, but “Chả Cá Lã Vọng” or “Chả Cá Hà Nội” is definitely the most unique among best known dishes of the capital city.
This dish is called Nem Ran by northerners and Cha Gio by southerners. In Hanoi, the introduction of Nem Ran dates back to a time when Cha Ca had not existed.
Hung Yen is a delta province in the North, having a favorable road, waterway and railway system for social, cultural and economic exchanges and development.
Pho - Vietnam noodle is the most popular food among the Vietnamese population. Pho is commonly eaten for breakfast, although many people will have it for their lunch or dinner.